Quality Inn & Suites at Talavi
5511 West Bell Road
Glendale, AZ 85308
Phone: (602) 896-8900
Fax: (602) 896-8991
5511 West Bell Road, Glendale, AZ, US, 85308
- Phone: (602) 896-8900
- Fax: (602) 896-8991
With bumper cars, a merry-go-round and even a mini roller coaster, your little ones will be dancing with joy. There is a good-sized area filled with things to climb up, on or over, and a ball pit for leaping into. Video games present tickets, which can be exchanged for prizes. Pizza Hut supplies the snacks and drinks. Holiday and party packages are available for the kids. Note that socks are required for soft-play.
This is a great value for those wishing to take in a fast round of golf. Total yardage of this par 59, 18-hole course is 3,800, with thirteen par 3s and five par 4s. Enjoy pristine fairways and greens of Bellair Golf Club at great prices. Enjoy lunch and drinks at the clubhouse before or after your game, then play off those extra lunch calories! Please call for further information.
Get in the swing with court play at this outstanding public facility. Offering 19 pristine courts and lights for night play, ball machine rentals and on-site professional lessons, you'll soon be a winner. Rent a ball machine from Paseo Racquet Club and enjoy the evening
Located in Glendale, Arizona, The Legend at Arrowhead golf course is an Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay-designed golf course that is traditional in style. At over 7,000 yards, this can be a rather challenging golf course, especially when windy. The course is beautiful, and all of the holes, with the exception of one, have sand bunkers on the fairways or around the greens. Although water is a hazard on nine holes, most fairways offer generous landing areas. Opens at 6a.
Boasting a regulation NHL sized skating rink, Polar Ice is actually an arena comprised of two skating rinks. For those who harbor dreams of making it to the NHL one day, ice skating and hockey lessons are available. There is also an arcade for your little ones. Families frequent Polar Ice for public skating, which is offered daily and includes skate rentals in the cost of admission.
Spend a fun day playing thrilling paintball at the massive Fort Adobe Paintball Complex. Find your way through towers and trenches and steer around sand bags while trying to defeat the opposite team. It is an enjoyable way to spend time with friends or to celebrate special occasions. The complex does not offer food and drinks.
Established 1994, the sprawling Victory Lane sports park features a host of facilities from ball fields and batting cages to volleyball facilities and children's playgrounds to entice the sporting spirit in each one of us. Owing to the excellent and well-maintained sports facilities, the Victory Lane is frequently witness to a number of prestigious tournaments from softball and volleyball leagues to baseball tournaments. The sports bar on site caters to the ever-growing hungry crowds that frequent the place. An excellent facility to catch your favorite sporting action. Check website for schedules and more information.
As one of the best golf venues in the Valley, 500 Club Golf Course should be high on your list to check out. Located just three miles west of Interstate-17 on Pinnacle Peak Road, this desert course in North Phoenix features views of the Thunderbird mountains, and desert terrain for play. Built in 1990, and designed by Brian Whitcomb, this par 72, 6,543-yard facility offers a driving range, putting green and a chipping area. The greens are Bermuda grass, and the course offers some water play. Food services are available in the restaurant, or by cart; however, no alcohol is served in the bar. There is a dress code in place at this course, so please dress appropriately and call for additional information.
Return to an earlier time when you visit Sahuaro Ranch Park, a lovely historic park built in the 1890s. Seven original buildings set on 16-acres are home to rabbits, chickens and peacocks. Originally a citrus farm founded by William Henry Bartlett, the ranch is now a Glendale City Park. Tour the main house and view exhibits of years past. The park is open to visitors daily.
Get ready for old-fashioned fun at the largest roller rink in the city. Skate to a dazzling laser light show, with disco balls spinning overhead. Video games circle the rink, with coin-operated pool tables scattered about. Getting tired? Pop into the snack bar for a quick nibble and the soda of your choice. Hours of operation vary with times set aside for adults, kids and parents, and the "come one, come all" sessions.
First of its kind in the United States, this no-fee park opened in 1988 without barriers for people with handicaps. Privately funded, this facility was built at a cost of $2.5 million. Highlights of this park include a heated therapeutic pool, playground equipment that is wheelchair accessible and two baseball fields. Other amenities include volleyball, tennis and basketball courts. Bring your lunch and use the picnic facilities, which include covered ramadas and grills. Call for further information about special events for the physically challenged.
Cave Creek is Phoenix's most popular municipal golf course, with about 100,000 rounds played annually. Started in 1983 as a landfill reclamation project, Cave Creek Golf Course is a pioneer of sorts in environmental golf course design. Success stories like Cave Creek prove that these sites can be put to worthwhile and environmentally friendly uses—good news for all concerned. Cave Creek Golf Course is open from dawn to dusk daily, year round.